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ESL C2 Level MCQ Test With Answers PROFICIENCY TEST 1

ESL C2 Level MCQ Test With Answers PROFICIENCY TEST 1

C2 MOCK EXAMINATION - Use of English and Reading Sections Section 1: Choose the correct alternatives to complete the sentences. Section 2: Complete each sentence so that the meaning is the same as the first sentence. (No MCQs) Section 3: Choose the correct alternatives to complete the sentences. Section 4: Fill the gaps in the following text with the correct forms of the words below. Do not use the same word twice. (No MCQs) Section 5: Read the text and choose the most suitable answer to each question.
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    Question 7WRONG
    By the time she realizes what’s going on, the little money they’ve managed to save over the years ………… on another woman.
    A will have spent
    B will have been spent
    C is spending
    D has been spent (X)

    • The expression by the time always implies that something has already taken place or will have already taken place.

      • By the time I get there, they will have started the meeting. (The meeting will already be in progress when I enter the room.)

      We can use phrases like by or by the time (meaning ‘at some point before’) and in or in a day’s time / in two months’ time / in five years’ time etc. (meaning ‘at the end of this period’) to give the time period in which the action will be completed.

      • I won’t have written all the reports by next week.
      • By the time we arrive, the kids will have gone to bed.
      • I’ll have finished in an hour and then we can watch a film.
      • In three years’ time, I’ll have graduated from university.
  2. Question 25WRONG
    The news of the robbery soon …………
    A broke out
    B came over
    C spread out
    D got round

    This made my head scratched.

    • There is nothing confusing. Please, check the meanings of the phrasal verbs below!

      get round: if news or information gets round, it is told to a lot of people
      – News like this soon gets round.

      break out: if something unpleasant such as a fire, fight, or war breaks out, it starts to happen
      – I was still living in London when the war broke out.

      come over: if someone comes over, they visit you at your house
      – Do you want to come over on Friday evening?

      spread out:
      1 if a group of people spread out, they move apart from each other so that they cover a wider area
      – The search party spread out to search the surrounding fields.
      2 spread something ↔ out to open something out or arrange a group of things on a flat surface
      – Sue spread out her notes on the kitchen table and began to write.


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